Thursday's Trucking Company Shooting Not Tri-state's First
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Thursday's Trucking Company Shooting Not Tri-state's First

 Multiple People Shot At West Chester Trucking Company; Suspect Captured (11/06/03)

 Workplace Violence Expert Discusses Thursday's Shooting (11/06/03)

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This is not the first time the Tri-state has experienced the devastation of workplace violence.

On December 15, 1995, three people were killed when an employee opened fire at the Transcontinental Systems Trucking Company in Evendale.

Gerald Clemons was convicted of three counts of aggravated murder and was sentenced to death. He is currently confined at the Mansfield Correctional Institution.

The victims included David Kreamelmeyer, 40, of North College Hill, Robert Kinney, 40, of Amelia and Christina Teetzel, 30, of Lebanon.

Clemons claimed a "Prozac" defense and said he had felt slighted at work.

Four months later, on April 3, 1996, one person was wounded when a former employee of Towne Taxi in Roselawn opened fire inside the office.

Dispatcher Bill McCoy has since recovered from injuries sustained in the incident.

Al Weichman had been fired by the company and was sentenced to prison time.

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